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NATO Expansion / Poland / Chretien #174170

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Jul 10, 1997
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) The reception in Warsaw, Poland, for President Clinton after NATO's acceptance of Poland as a member shown. [CLINTON - says "Poland is coming home."]

(Warsaw: Richard Gizbert) The burden on Poland to get its military up to NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) obligations examined; details given of the costly military changes to come, some of which will be paid for with American millions. [Bumar tank factory Edward KRZAKALA - comments.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Incident at the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) summit meeting in Madrid, Spain, in which Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien told two other representatives {via an open microphone} his critical view of the politics of United States policy reported.

Gizbert, Richard;
Jennings, Peter

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